The Best and Worst of TikTok
2018.08.07 08:22 Awaake The Best and Worst of TikTok
A place to watch the best and worst videos from TikTok. Here you can find TikToks that are cringe-worthy, funny, wholesome, and more! We recommend sorting by flair to find the exact content you're looking for.
2014.11.01 07:06 FuckinHomerunChippah The straw that broke the camel's back. In post form.
This sub is for sharing which post made you unsubscribe from a subreddit.
2011.08.25 20:30 ZeroShift Popcorn tastes good.
The place where people can come and talk about reddit fights and other dramatic happenings from other subreddits.
2023.03.22 17:47 charcuterie-flowers Paying the price because others see the worst in everything
2023.03.22 03:35 lemonaderobot A video of a bunch of gym bros acting like Pokémon
The video was recorded in a gym. I remember there being like 4-6 dudes (prob in their late 20s/early 30s) chanting “gym, gym, gym” amongst other gym bro terms and acting like Pokémon.
The video was prob the length of a tiktok or vine, maybe slightly longer?
I first saw it posted on Reddit a while ago but don’t remember the sub. (maybe tiktokcringe
I’m trying to find it to send to my friends who are also Pokémon obsessed fitness freaks lmao
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2023.03.21 05:38 the-everchosen JU from r/tiktokcringe because of them allowing non cringe political post and allowing this one of a radical glorifying violence
2023.03.20 11:03 admirred2 Last post for AI, to show you bullshit informations they provide to you. Just check this list about TikTok subreddits on Reddit. Stats are fake, just think r/TikTokCooking listed as 11 with 226k members and in reality there are 18 ..
2023.03.18 06:19 LeafyL0g KEEP IT GOING!
2023.03.17 22:08 YumemiBunny On a video of a girl talking abt a situation with a shirt… A SHIRT…
2023.03.17 15:36 rhapsodyoninstagram JU from r/TikTokCringe because I have better things to do before I die than being mad about political extremists from both sides who have no life and seem to only exist on the internet. I've never met anyone like this.
2023.03.12 13:22 Helpful_Coach_8701 bro what
2023.02.28 17:06 libertarianrinshima Just unsubbed from r/tiktokcringe because this sub is full of communists
2023.02.28 06:01 ZanderClause Imperial wedding from r/TikTokCringe
2023.02.21 03:04 Sarahlorien What's your favorite subreddit for feeling more positive?
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2023.02.19 23:02 save-the-butter Bi boyfriend rule number one. No insurance seminars
2023.02.18 06:40 BeginningBase5351 TikTokCringe and Facepalm reacting to an “influencer” cosplaying minimum wage workers
Idk about y’all, but I think it’s vindicating to see others outside the sub share similar responses to her. Kinda a faith-in-humanity-restored moment.
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2023.02.17 18:14 Cookietsha Give Me My F*cking Supremacy!
2023.02.16 23:24 Gaersdi_Conyofus The world needs to know
2023.02.12 19:49 EncyclopaediaBot Oversharing
Oversharing is when people share too much personal information to someone they’re talking to whether a family member or friend, a stranger, or online. However, it can be a big problem on many social media sites, which make "putting yourself online" easy, especially with the rise of the genre of social media that requires you to document your lifestyle in every little detail. Oversharing is quite subjective and it can be confusing as to what content constitutes oversharing as everyone's comfort level and perspectives are different. Even the social media platform used varies widely on what’s counted as oversharing; whereas something like NextDoor generally frowns upon using nicknames and likes you to “sign” your contributions, Reddit generally frowns upon the use of real names, and any attempt to “sign” your posts or comments will be met with derision. An infographic
produced in 2012 for Online-education
concludes that oversharing comes from three main emotional causes: It’s Satisfying
; We’re Upset
and We’re Excited
. While the infographic is a good introduction and even cites research sources, it only really scratches the surface of this issue. Certainly there are far more - and deeper - psychological reasons at play, and as you would expect, oversharing is frequently discussed at the support subreddits ADHD
, and socialanxiety
(among others) for example:
All the above posts give varying levels of advice and coping strategies which are worth reading if you feel that oversharing might be an issue for you or someone you know.
Simply put, the real reason we overshare online is because the platforms want us to
. Information and details about individuals can be incredibly valuable, and they - we - have become a valuable commodity
Social media outlets give us that satisfying dopamine hit
, and we give them our every private detail in return
. They are playing on our instinctive needs to make us feel we have to share everything because everyone else does, just to keep us online. In return, they are harvesting our personal information and driving us to overconsumption while simultaneously causing us social anxiety because our lives aren’t “like that” but we’re told they can or should be. And the longer we stay online there, the more advertising revenue
we generate for them too.
- Sharing isn’t always caring
In a normal conversation, if one person shares a life detail (“I’m doing X tomorrow”) it’s natural to reciprocate (“You lucky thing, I always wanted to do X”). Because online life isn’t as provable as that, it’s impossible to tell how much of the lives of others is authentic, and we can easily get sucked into exaggeration as everyone tries to outdo each other. As I say in the entry FOMO
Instagram et al creates distorted perceptions of the carefully edited lives of others. The constant “upward social comparisons” and unreasonable expectations we are constantly bombarded with can adversely impact our self-esteem. We can easily feel lonely and inadequate through the relentless highlighting of the “perfect lives” of others in comparison with our own daily routine-led existence.
It helps to remind ourselves that in the end people are desperately trying to show themselves in the best possible light on social networks, and Subreddits like Instagramreality highlight the subtle and the not-so-subtle use of tools like Facetune and Photoshop in portraying unreality as reality.
Seeing shouldn’t always be believing, on social media at least.
Reddit can be a great place to work on your social skills because you alone decide the level and tone of your interactions; you can “walk away” from any conversation for any reason at any time, and most importantly, because nobody knows you, nothing that is said here is really that
personal. Don’t forget, on Reddit, nobody really pays attention to - or even remembers - usernames.
As well as the subreddits already mentioned, we have many places to explore personal growth such as selfhelp
: a community of people who are focused on becoming more productive and wasting less time mindlessly surfing the internet.
Online people have a strange identity; some have likened it to be almost as if everyone else is an NPC
in the video game of your life. We know they’re real people, but at the same time they’re no more real than the Social Bunny
or the Tragic Clown
are in “The Sims”. Sometimes that’s even true, as in 2020, it was discovered a GPT-3 bot had been posting in one subreddit for a whole week
without being noticed.
Remember that social media isn’t your life - or anyone else’s. Social media is a useful tool. However, be careful not to let it take over your life. Don't feel like you need to "prove" yourself on social media. In real life, most people don't really care about others' personal lives as much as the internet would have you believe, and when these lives aren’t “real” in the first place, even less. Because there is a Subreddit for everything: Overshare
chronicles those times when people give out Too Much Information, way more than we needed to know, pls stahp, while insanepeoplefacebook
, and TikTokCringe
are all places to call out exaggerated claims seen on their respective platforms, and quityourbullshit
calls out anything ridiculous from anywhere. See Also:
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2023.02.11 02:04 obertuowe A sub for crazy tiktoks
My photo gallery is filled with absolute maniacs on tiktok and I need to put some type of use to them.
I know of tiktokcringe
but most of the vids posted there arent cringe, theyre just tiktoks.
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2023.02.09 15:08 the_penis_taker69 Just unsubbed from r/tiktokcringe, they post shit like this instead of actual cringe and bash anyone with criticism
2023.02.08 22:59 -abM-p0sTpWnEd JU from r/TikTokCringe - like so many other subs, now nothing more than yet another boring US political circlejerk
2023.02.08 03:48 bokbokbok777 Any ideas where to find this or someone who could paint it!
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2023.02.04 19:41 Ublind Users who post on this subreddit are 10.2 times times more likely to also post on /r/thefighterandthekid (Brendan Schwab's podcast)....hmmmm
2023.01.28 17:47 johnhang123 OP in r/tiktokcringe is having a lot of problem against youngin dancing at a dead end job
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